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QMJHL

Antoine Bibeau: Goalie - 4-3-1, 2.88 GAA, 0.917 SV%

 

Frederick Gauthier: Center - 2 assists in 5 games.

 

Fabrice Herzog: Wing - 3 goals, 3 assists in 7 games.

 

 

 

OHL

Connor Brown: Wing - 4 goals and 5 assists in 5 games.

 

Ryan Rupert: Center - 2 assists in 3 games.

 

Carter Verhaeghe: Center - 2 goals, 5 assists in 5 games.

 

Matt Finn: Defense - 4 assists in 3 games.

 

 

 

Europe:

Andreas Johnson: Wing - 3 goals, 2 assists in 6 games

 

Tom Nilsson: Defense - 9 games, 0 points

 

Viktor Loov: Defense - 1 goal, 1 assist in 6 games.

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OHL

 

Connor Brown (Erie): 6 GP, 6 goals, 7 assists

Matt Finn (Guelph): 4 GP, 0 goals, 4 assists, suspended for two games during a brawl earlier in the week.

Ryan Rupert (London): 6 GP, 0 goals, 4 assists

Carter Verhaeghe (Niagra): 6 GP, 4 goals, 6 assists

 

QMJHL

 

Antoine Bibeau (Charlottetown): 6-4-1, 4.38 GAA, .880 sv%

Frederik Gauthier (Rimouski): 7 GP, 0 goals, 5 assists

Fabrice Herzog (Quebec): 8 GP, 3 goals, 3 assists

 

Europe

 

Andreas Johnson (SHL): 8 GP, 5 goals, 3 assists

Tom Nilson (SHL/EHT): 11 GP, 0 points, -2

Viktor Loov (SHL): 8 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists

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OHL

Carter Verhaeghe (Niagra) had a goal tonight: season totals - 7 GP, 5 goals, 6 assists

 

QMJHL

Fabrice Herzog (Quebec) had two goals tonight: season totals - 9 GP, 5 goals, 3 assists

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Tom Nilsson (SHL/EHT): 12 GP, 0 goals, 0 assists, -1, 10 PIM

Viktor Loov (SHL): 9 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist, +3, 4 PIM

Andreas Johnson (SHL): 9 GP, 6 goals, 3 assists, +4, 2 PIM

 

QMJHL

Antoine Bibeau (Charlottetown): 6 GP, 3.54 GAA, .903 sv% (made a mistake listing his win/loss record before, it's 6 games played, 4 wins, 1 loss, not a 6-4-1 record)

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http://theleafsnation.com/2013/10/7/leafs-prospect-update-october-7-2013

 

 

The Leafs Prospect Update is a weekly feature that will run the duration of the season, checking in on the organization's prospects, their successes, and their struggles. We'll do our best to offer a wide variety of insight and analysis on all Leafs prospects around the world, and not spend the entire article gushing over Fabrice Herzog. Moving on...

We'll kick off this week's prospect rundown with none other than the sensational Fabrice Herzog, who's been a solid performer for the Remparts so far this season. In fact, Herzog was the only Quebec player to find the back of the net yesterday, scoring twice in a 3-2 loss to Blainville-Boisbriand.

That's 5 goals and 8 points in 9 games for the Leafs' 5th round pick back in June - a solid start for a player still adjusting to the North American game. Herzog had 45 points in 32 games for Zug's U20 squad last year, and for some stupid reason wasn't listed in TLN's Top Twenty Prospect feature last month.

Staying in the Q, Frederik Gauthier is off to a noticeably slow start. Heralded for his defensive play, many (including Leafs management) are looking for a big year offensively from the 2013 first rounder. Well, no goals and five assists in seven games isn't awful, but it isn't good either. Say what you will about his play away from the puck, but going scoreless in seven games raises some red flags.

But he fought this guy, so there's that.

In the OHL, Connor Brown finds himself near the top of the leader boards thanks to a two goal, two assist Saturday night in an 8-4 with over North Bay. Brown's performance was so good, he earned Buzzing The Net's #1 Star of the Night. (It's a good article written by a handsome man who may or may not be my boss here at TLN).

Brown, who we ranked the 18th best Leafs prospect, has six goals and 13 points in only six games. You can expect some pretty lofty numbers from the Erie captain this year, as the team is stacked with some high-end offensive talent that shouldn't let up.

Over in Sweden, Andreas Johnson has been tearing it up for the Frolunda Indians. No shame if you don't know who Johnson is - he was the Leafs' 7th round pick, 202nd overall back in June. That's why it's so surprising to see an 18-year old leading his SHL team in scoring with six goals and nine points in only nine games, tying 5th in league goal scoring and 10th in points.

Carter Verhaeghe is also off to a great start with the Niagara Ice Dogs. In seven games, Verhaeghe has found the net five times, and added six assists. Verhaeghe is now a key player for a team that went through a mass exodus of talent in the offseason, and will be relied upon to continue putting up big points.

Lastly, another round of applause for Fabrice Herzog. He's just great, isn't he?

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OHL:

Connor Brown (Erie): 7 GP, 7 goals, 8 assists, +1, 4 PIM. He's actually leading the OHL in scoring so far, scoring more than two points per game. He has had the benefit of playing with strong offensive linemates, like Connor McDavid at center, yet he has 7 more points than McDavid has.

 

QMJHL:

Fabrice Herzog (Quebec): 10 GP, 5 goals, 3 assists, -1, 4 PIM

 

Europe:

Andreas Johnson (SHL): 10 GP, 6 goals, 3 assists, +6, 2 PIM

Viktor Loov (SHL): 10 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist, +3, 4 PIM

Tom Nilsson (SHL/EHL): 13 GP, 0 points, 0 +/1, 10 PIM

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I cringe when I read prospect reports. They always get your hopes up.

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Especially at the start of the year when guys have hot starts they just can't maintain, like Connor Brown so far this year. I'm always guilty of drinking the kool-aid on prospects... my optimism hasn't been completely crushed just yet. :P

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OHL

  • Ryan Rupert (LDN): 8 GP, 2 goals, 7 assists, +4, 12 PIM
  • Connor Brown (ERIE): 10 GP, 9 goals, 13 assists, +2, 8 PIM
  • Carter Verhaeghe (NIA): 9 GP, 8 goals, 10 assists, 0 +/-, 10 PIM
  • Matt Finn (GUE): 7 GP, 1 goal, 6 assists, +10, 11 PIM

 

QMJHL

  • Frederik Gauthier (RIM): 9 GP, 1 goal, 7 assists, +3, 11 PIM
  • Fabrice Herzog (QUE): 12 GP, 7 goals, 3 assists, +2, 6 PIM
  • Antoine Bibeua (CHA): 7 GP, 4 wins-2 losses, 3.47 GAA, .906 sv%

 

Europe

  • Andreas Johnson (SHL): 12 GP, 6 goals, 5 assists, +6, 2 PIM
  • Viktor Loov (SHL): 12 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist, 0 +/-, 12 PIM
  • Tom Nilsson (SHL/EHT): 15 GP, 0 goals, 1 assist, +3, 12 PIM

 

NCAA

  • Tony Cameransi - Forward (UMD): 2 GP, 1 goal, 0 assists, 0 +/-, 2 PIM
  • Dominic Toninato - Forward (UMD): 2 GP, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 +/-, 15 PIM
  • Eric Knodel - Defense (UND): 2 GP, 2 goals, 0 assists, 0 +/-, 4 PIM

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Leafs have two prospects in the top-5 in OHL points.

Connor Brown (22 points) is on top, Carter Verhaeghe (18) is tied for third.

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Leafs have two prospects in the top-5 in OHL points.

 

Connor Brown (22 points) is on top, Carter Verhaeghe (18) is tied for third.

 

Is he playing with the good Connor?

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He is, at least some of the time. And yet...

 

Connor McDavid (15) has seven fewer points than Brown (22), and less than half of his goals (4 to 9). Meanwhile, another center on Erie, Dane Fox, is tied for third in points with 9 goals and 9 assists. I would assume he is playing with Brown instead.

 

Last season Connor Brown was a point per game player and a lot of people assumed it was because he was riding McDavid's coattails. Yet so far this year, Brown has pretty steadily outpaced McDavid, by 7 points in only 10 games. Now that's not to say that'll continue, but I don't think you can give all the credit to McDavid and none to Brown. They might both just be very good players who have good chemistry.

Brown is also Captain of Erie, so he's not just all offense. He has all those intangibles people like.

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Brown is also a lot older than McDavid (almost exactly 3 years). It's like trying to use Darcy Tucker's junior stats and compare him to Sidney Crosby. One year Darcy Tucker scored 140 points in Kamloops and Crosby had 137 for Rimouski. The difference is that Crosby left junior when he was 18 to go play in the NHL and Tucker had his best season at 19.

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Carter Verhaeghe (NIA) with 2 goals and 2 assists tonight. He has 10 goals and 12 assists in 10 games, and is now tied with Connor Brown for the lead in OHL points with 22.

 

Matt Finn had an assist, and has 1 goal and 7 assists in 8 games, and is +10.

 

In the Q, goalie Antoine Bibeau stopped 48 of 49 shots for the win. He's 5-2 with a .918 sv% and a 3.14 GAA, since he's facing an average of 38.5 shots per game so far this year.

 

Over in Europe, Andreas Johnson continues to have a good season: He has 7 goals and 5 assists in 13 games.

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OHL

  • Connor Brown had a goal and two assists tonight. He has 11 goals, 14 assists, and 25 points in 11 games played.
  • Carter Verhaeghe had an assist. He has 10 goals, 13 assists for 23 points in 11 games played.
  • Matt Finn had an assist. He has 1 goal, 8 assists for 9 points in 9 games played.
  • Ryan Rupert had an assist. He has 2 goals and 8 assists for 10 points in 10 games played.

QMJHL

  • Fabrice Herzog had a goal and an assist. He has 8 goals and 4 assists for 12 points in 13 games played.
  • Frederik Gauthier had an assist. He has 1 goal and 8 assists for 9 points in 11 games played.

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  • Connor Brown with 4 assists tonight. 12 GP, 11 goals, 18 assists, 29 points, +8, 8 PIM
  • Carter Verhaeghe with 2 assists tonight. 12 GP, 10 goals, 15 assists, 25 points, +5, 12 PIM
  • Ryan Rupert went pointless. 11 GP, 2 goals, 8 assists, 10 points, +2, 14 PIM

QMJHL

  • Frederik Gauthier with 2 goals and 2 assists. 12 GP, 3 goals, 10 assists, 13 points, +5, 11 PIM
  • Fabrice Herzog had 1 goal tonight. 14 GP, 9 goals, 4 assists, 13 points, +7, 6 PIM

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  • Connor Brown - 14 GP, 11 G, 18 A, 29 P, +8, 8 PIM
  • Carter Verhaeghe - 14 GP, 11 G, 16 A, 27 P, +3, 14 PIM
  • Matt Finn - 12 GP, 2 G, 10 A, 12 P, +15, 16 PIM

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OHL

  • Connor Brown (F): 15 GP, 11 G, 20 A, 31 P, +11, 8 PIM
  • Carter Cerhaeghe (C.): 15 GP, 11 G, 17 A, 28 P, +3, 16 PIM
  • Ryan Rupert (C.): 14 GP, 2 G, 8 A, 10 P, +2, 14 PIM
  • Matt Finn (D): 13 GP, 3 G, 11 A, 14 P, +16, 16 PIM

QMJHL

  • Fabrice Herzog (F): 17 GP, 11 G, 5 A, 16 P, +3, 10 PIM
  • Frederik Gauthier (C.): 15 GP, 5 G, 11 A, 16 P, +4, 13 PIM
  • Antoine Bibeau (G): 10 GP, 5 wins, 4 losses, 3.23 GAA, .916 sv%, 38.2 shots against/game

Europe

  • Andreas Johnson (F): 16 GP, 9 G, 6 A, 15 P, +5, 2 PIM
  • Viktor Loov (D): 16 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 P, +2, 10 PIM
  • Tom Nilsson (D): 19 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 P, 0 +/-, 16 PIM

NCAA

  • Tony Cameranesi (C.): 6 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 P, 9 PIM
  • Dominic Toninado (C.): 6 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 P, 17 PIM
  • Dennis Robertson (D): 2 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 P, 19 PIM
  • Eric Knodel (D): 5 GP, 2 G, 2 A, 4 P, 6 PIM
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OHL

  • Connor Brown: 17 GP, 15 G, 21 A, 36 P, +12, 8 PIM
  • Carter Verhaeghe: 17 GP, 11 G, 17 A, 28 P, +2, 18 PIM
  • Ryan Rupert: 16 GP, 3 G, 10 A, 13 P, +4, 14 PIM
  • Matt Finn: 16 GP, 5 G, 12 A, 17 P, +17, 20 PIM

QMJHL

  • Fabrice Herzog: 20 GP, 14 G, 5 A, 19 P, -1, 12 PIM
  • Frederik Gauthier: 17 GP, 5 G, 11 A, 16 P, +3, 15 PIM
  • Antoine Bibeau: 12 GP, 5 - 6, 3.42 GAA, .910 sv%

EUROPE

  • Andreas Johnson: 19 GP, 10 G, 6 A, 16 P, +2, 2 PIM
  • Viktor Loov: 19 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 5 P, +5, 12 PIM
  • Tom Nilsson: 22 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 P, -1, 16 PIM

NCAA

  • Tony Cameranesi: 8 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 P, 9 PIM
  • Dominic Toninato: 8 GP, 2 G, 2 A, 4 P, 19 PIM
  • Dennis Robertson: 4 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 P, 23 PIM
  • Eric Knodel: 7 GP, 2 G, 3 A, 5 P, 8 PIM
  • Max Everson: n/a

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OHL


  • Connor Brown: 20 GP, 17 G, 25 A, 42 P, +15, 8 PIM
  • Carter Verhaeghe: 20 GP, 14 G, 19 A, 33 P, +4, 18 PIM
  • Ryan Rupert: 19 GP, 5 G, 10 A, 15 P, +6, 16 PIM
  • Matt Finn: 18 GP, 5 G, 13 A, 18 P, +18, 20 PIM

QMJHL


  • Fabrice Herzog: 23 GP, 14 G, 6 A, 20 P, -2, 12 PIM
  • Frederik Gauthier: 19 GP, 5 G, 14 A, 19 P, +4, 15 PIM
  • Antoine Bibeau: 12 GP, 6 - 7, 3.42 GAA, .912 sv%, 38.8 shots faced per game

EUROPE


  • Andreas Johnson: 19 GP, 10 G, 6 A, 16 P, +2, 2 PIM
  • Viktor Loov: 19 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 5 P, +5, 12 PIM
  • Tom Nilsson: 22 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 P, -1, 16 PIM

NCAA


  • Tony Cameranesi: 8 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 P, 9 PIM
  • Dominic Toninato: 8 GP, 2 G, 2 A, 4 P, 19 PIM
  • Dennis Robertson: 6 GP, 2 G, 3 A, 5 P, 29 PIM
  • Eric Knodel: 9 GP, 2 G, 4 A, 5 P, 10 PIM
  • Max Everson: n/a

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Fredrik Gauthier named to World Junior Selection Camp.

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OHL

  • Connor Brown: 28 GP, 19 G, 36 A, 55 Pts, +22, 10 PIM
  • Carter Verhaeghe: 28 GP, 16 G, 27 A, 43 Pts, +1, 20 PIM
  • Matt Finn: 26 GP, 7 G, 18 A, 25 Pts, +24, 24 PIM
  • Ryan Rupert: 27 GP, 7 G, 12 A, 19 Pts, +8, 25 PIM

 

QMJHL

  • Fabrice Herzog: 30 GP, 18 G, 9 A, 27 Pts, +3, 18 PIM
  • Frederik Gauthier: 25 GP, 6 G, 16 A, 22 Pts, +2, 17 PIM
  • Antoine Bibeau: 20 GP, 7-12-0, 3.28 GAA, .914 sv%

 

Europe

  • Andreas Johnson: 25 GP, 11 G, 6 A, 17 Pts, +1, 2 PIM
  • Tom Nilsson: 24 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 Pts, -2, 20 PIM
  • Viktor Loov: 25 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 5 Pts, +2, 14 PIM

 

NCAA

  • Tony Cameranesi: 12 GP, 2 G, 6 A, 8 Pts, 9 PIM
  • Dominic Toninato: 12 GP, 3 G, 3 A, 6 Pts, 27 PIM
  • Eric Knodel: 17 GP, 3 G, 7 A, 10 Pts, 12 PIM
  • Dennis Robertson: 10 GP, 2 G, 4 A, 6 Pts, 37 PIM
  • Max Everson: 3 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 Pts, 0 PIM

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So Is Connor Brown a future top 6? I never heard much about him.

 

There's a reason for that.

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